Did the top four of the Barclays Premier League become the top six?
Before it was just Manchester Utd., Chelsea, Arsenal and Liverpool. Now we have Manchester City and Tottenham making some noises. Teams like Aston Villa and Everton were pretenders before, but is it the real thing now? Has the BPL become more competitive?
I think so, if something like this only happened in La Liga there is a serious lack of competition there
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